The Greta effect: is Gen Z really driving climate action?
Prominent environmentalist Greta Thunberg – still only 18 years old – has been lauded as ‘the voice of a generation’. But is that true? What do members of generation Z (people born between 1995 and 2012)
really think about global warming and climate change? Are they the most active in advocating for mass policy reforms to improve the health of the ever-warming planet they’re inheriting? While the tireless
lobbying of the Swedish teen must be applauded, are her peers truly more green-minded than previous generations, as is widely perceived?